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CCP4 Study Weekend 2018

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Agenda Day 1 - 10/01/2018

1430 - 1900
DLS MX User Meeting
1700 - 1900
CCP4 Executive Board Meeting - INVITATION ONLY
1900 - 2355
Networking event - Food available (subject to availability)
1900 - 2355
WG1 Dinner - INVITATION ONLY

Agenda Day 2 - 11/01/2018

0900 - 1030
WG1 Meeting
0900 - 1030
What's new in CCP4?
1030 - 1100
Tea & Coffee break
1100 - 1110
Welcome
Arwen Pearson - University of Hamburg
Additional Speakers
Max Nanao - ESRF
Robin Owen - Diamond Light Source
1110 - 1145
Session 1 - Introduction: Old Ways are New Again
James Holton - UCSF/LBNL/SSRL
1145 - 1205
Session 2 - Need for Need for Multi and Serial Measurements: Journey to the Center of the Protein: Allostery from Multitemperature X-ray Crystallography
Daniel Keedy - CUNY Advanced Science Research Center
1205 - 1225
Session 2 - Need for Need for Multi and Serial Measurements: Automated data collection system ZOO
Kunio Hirata - RIKEN/SPring-8
1225 - 1245
Session 2 - Need for Need for Multi and Serial Measurements: Many Structures from One Crystal (MSOX): A versatile approach to characterising redox enzyme reactions in protein crystals
Mike Hough - University of Essex
1245 - 1415
LUNCH (including lunchtime bytes)
1415 - 1445
Session 3 - Sample Preparation & Getting Samples Into the Beam: Strategies for Sample Delivery during Serial Crystallography Experiments
Aina Cohen - Stanford University
1445 - 1515
Session 3 - Sample Preparation & Getting Samples Into the Beam: 'Serial Sample delivery for experiments at FELs and synchrotrons'
Gabriela Nass Kovacs - MPI for medical research
1515 - 1545
Session 3 - Sample Preparation & Getting Samples Into the Beam: Serial Synchrotron Crystallography on the EMBL beamline P14 at PETRA III
Thomas R. Schneider - EMBL c/o DESY
1545 - 1615
Tea & Coffee break
1615 - 1645
Session 4 - Processing Multi Crystal & Serial Data I: DIALS and pipelines
Graeme Winter - Diamond Light Source
1645 - 1715
Session 4 - Processing Multi Crystal & Serial Data I: Let’s Bragg about Serial Crystallography
Helen Ginn - University of Oxford
1715 - 1745
Session 4 - Processing Multi Crystal & Serial Data I: Radiation damage in protein crystallography at X-ray free-electron lasers and challenges in data processing
Karol Nass - Paul Scherrer Institut
1745 - 1815
Session 4 - Processing Multi Crystal & Serial Data I: Processing serial crystallography data using CrystFEL
Thomas White - Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY
1900 - 2355
Conference dinner (including Ceilidh)

Agenda Day 3 - 12/01/2018

0900 - 0930
Session 5 - Processing Multi Crystal & Serial Data II: Merging and analysing serial crystallography data with XDS/XSCALE and associated tools
Kay Diederichs - University of Konstanz
0930 - 1000
Session 5 - Processing Multi Crystal & Serial Data II: DIALS for serial crystallography
Richard Gildea - Diamond Light Source Ltd
1000 - 1030
Session 5 - Processing Multi Crystal & Serial Data II: Resolving indexing ambiguity problems in diffraction patterns
Monarin Uervirojnangkoorn - SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, USA
1030 - 1100
Session 5 - Processing Multi Crystal & Serial Data II: Hierarchical cluster analysis and its application to mesh and collect workflow
1100 - 1130
Tea & Coffee break
1130 - 1200
Session 6 - Phasing, Refinement & Validation: Merging and phasing multi-crystal data with SHELX
George Sheldrick - Goettingen University
1200 - 1230
Session 6 - Phasing, Refinement & Validation: Grouping of synchrotron serial crystallographic data for phasing
1230 - 1300
Session 6 - Phasing, Refinement & Validation: Native SAD phasing data collection strategies for both conventional and serial crystallography
Vincent Olieric - Paul Scherrer Institut
1300 - 1430
LUNCH (including lunchtime bytes)
1430 - 1500
Session 7 - Future Perspectives: The SPB SFX project at the European X-FEL in Hamburg
James Naismith - Research Complex at Harwell
1500 - 1530
Session 7 - Future Perspectives: Towards Automated MicroED Data Collection from Multiple Crystals
Xiaodong Zou - Stockholm University
1530 - 1600
Session 7 - Future Perspectives: Micro/nano beams, serial and impact on structural biology
Janet Smith - The University of Michigan

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